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Eating Fruits To Relieve Stress

25th February 2009
With the stress apposite a part of day-today ordinary, relaxation has come up as a chief therapy for heeling it. Contemporary and recent world have come with an absolute new avatar of what was considered to be minimal weakness, which stress and disquiet. ... Read >
Author: Judy Sommer

Do you have a yeast intolerance?

12th February 2009
Yeast is beneficial to us and yet it could make us unwell. We need certain amount yeast in our body to maintain a normal and healthy digestive tract. However, too much yeast in our body will give rise to many health problems. Yeast is a fungus organis... Read >
Author: Jennifer Lim

Hypoglycemia - How to Overcome 'Brain Fog' and Mood Swings

13th January 2009
To understand "brain fog", one of hypoglycemia's symptoms, you need an understanding of the basics of your body's low blood sugar levels.To get the required energy for 24 hours, most people only eat three times a day. Any breakdown in the system of provid... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Internet Addiction

27th November 2008
Fighting Internet Addiction Internet addiction is a very real condition that affects households worldwide. What is it that causes this? What are the symptoms? Many people mistakenly believe it's merely a penchant for checking email or losing track o... Read >
Author: golfalways

Symptoms Of Estrogen Dominance

15th October 2008
Estrogen dominance is a term originally developed by Dr. John Lee, an extensive researcher of the relationships between estrogen and progesterone. The term estrogen dominance describes the condition that occurs in a woman's body when estrogen is the domin... Read >
Author: Jean Morgan

Symptoms Of Stress

14th August 2008
We know that stress is present in the body because of symptoms and you will find very many symptoms of stress. Symptoms are not unique and they are easily mistaken for other conditions. One thing that is for sure, people react very differently when it com... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

How does bipolar disorder affect a family?

29th July 2008
When most people talk about depression, they will often talk about how it can affect the person who is suffering the depression. They will also mention how it can have a negative impact on their social life, their work life and their family life. What mos... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer B. Lagrotte, DMFT,

Baby Personality Types

18th July 2008
Though all babies may seem just the same at their birth, they do have different personality traits. These personality attributes of a child roughly determine his nature, character and approach, after he grows. It is not necessary that the characteristics ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

How Does Systemic Yeast Infection Come About?

26th June 2008
Systemic yeast infection is a much more serious form and is usually felt all over the body. Many people who have this condition are not aware they have an overgrowth of yeast because the symptoms present themselves in the same way many other diseases do. ... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

How to help someone that has bipolar disorder?

25th June 2008
Bipolar disorder is a kind of depression that can be difficult to handle, especially for those who don't have a good understanding of what it is. Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a condition where a person will go through lows of depre... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer B. Lagrotte, DMFT,

Stop Drinking Now...Sort Out Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome And Get Medical Help!!!

26th March 2008
Withdrawal Symptoms: It just isn't fair that so called moderate drinkers can give up alcohol from one day to the next with virtually no will power and get away without suffering side effects. On the other hand alcoholics and heavier drinkers are virtually... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Stop Drinking Alcohol...Get Help For Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

19th March 2008
Withdrawal Symptoms: How come that the majority of so called "social drinkers" or "alcohol consumers" who drink moderately are able to stop drinking immediately with hardly any will power and without suffering from any of the side effects. Whereas heavy d... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

PMS And Back Pain

20th January 2008
It's no secret that many women suffer through their monthly periods, experiencing cramps, bloating, and lower back pain, to name just a few. But a large number of them-estimated at anywhere from 30 to 90 percent-also endure the symptoms of premenstrual sy... Read >
Author: cannone

Hydrocodone: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

11th January 2008
Hydrocodone or dihydrocodeinone is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from two of the naturally occurring opiates, codeine and thebaine. Hydrocodone Prescription, Dosage & Administration: Hydrocodone is an orally active, narcotic analgesic and antitus... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes

Is PMS decaying the health immune system of the women?

02nd August 2007
Women find themselves in the difficult condition when they are found being affected with the hormonal disorder Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a combination of emotional, physical, psychological, and mood disturbances that occurs after a woman's ovulation ... Read >
Author: Markus Skupeika
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